My Coala Shows a Heart Beat of 0 Beats per Minute, Should I Be Worried?
For the Coala to indicate a deviant result both measurements must indicate an arrhythmia. The result ’0 beats per minute‘ is probably because you have pressed the electrodes to hard when performing the thumb-ECG. This could make the ECG unreadable. If your chest-ECG is fine, then a deviance will not be shown. However, the pulse that’s shown in your journal is returned from the thumb-ECG and if it is unreadable it will return 0 beats per minute.